Kylie Minogue has returned with ‘Say Something’, the first single to be lifted from her upcoming new album ‘Disco’.
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The song was produced by Minogue’s longtime collaborator Biff Stannard. “Love is love / It never ends / Can we all be as one again?” she sings. Hear it below:
The pop icon, who released her last record ‘Golden’ in 2018, revealed back in May that her upcoming 15th record would contain “grown-up disco”.
The project’s official artwork began circulating via social media on July 21 after appearing on Amazon. It was later reported by The Sun that Minogue was primed to share the “upbeat and summery” ‘Say Something’ on Thursday July 23.
Minogue then took to social media to confirm the rumours and announce both ‘Say Something’ and ‘Disco’. The album will be out on November 6 and is now available for pre-order.
— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) July 21, 2020
In May, Minogue discussed how working on new material during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown has been beneficial to her health. “This time has been about trying to stay well, stay sane and appreciate the creative outlet I have with making this album,” she said.
“I have loved seeing how creative all sorts of people are right now, be it helping on the front line or making us laugh on socials. The humanity that is pouring out of people is so beautiful.”